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04-25-14 02:51 PM
Varakir I really like that blue mate, works well with the silver and is a nice change from the usual DE schemes. Nice work

On the second pic I can see about 4 or 5 little areas that could use a touch up along the silver edging - quick to sort out and will make it look even better.
04-25-14 12:20 PM
Lord of the Night The first vehicle is finished, the Venom that carries the Archon and his Incubi guard into battle.

Same colour scheme as the Kabal, silver edging and front prow, and the colour scheme for the Cult of the Broken Mirror used on the pilot and the two Wych ride-alongs. Quite pleased with this one, and it gives a look at the colour schemes and layout for the Raiders and Ravagers. Larger basing to make the Venom easier to carrier and to add detail to the figure.

04-08-14 03:14 AM
morfangdakka I need to read the title slower. At first I thought it said Sun dried Souls. Anyway the models look really nice it is interesting to see DE in a lighter color scheme.
04-07-14 12:10 AM
Iraqiel Love the lighter than usual paint scheme, it looks badass!
04-06-14 04:41 PM
Originally Posted by Lord of the Night View Post
And finally here is the first squad of the Kabal of Shattered Souls. Keldraeth's Soulbreakers.

Very pleased with how these guys have turned out. Their colour scheme will form the basis for my entire Kabal force. All the Kabalite Warriors, Raiders, Ravagers, the Razorwing Jetfighter, and the Archon will be painted in the same colour patterns as them though with improvisations where necessary. One Scourge squad will have similar colouring as well, but the second one will not. The Incubi will also be painted differently, in the standard Codex form of black/white/green/purple, as I like the Incubi that way.

Will have images of the Scourge squad, the Deathshrikes, soon along with the Archon of the Kabal whose name I have not yet come up with.

I actually use a scheme VERY similar to this for my Dark Eldar.

I base with Black, then coat with (what was) Boltgun Metal, then dry brush with (what was) Chainmail silver, then highlight with (what was) Mithril silver. 4 coats of (what was) Asurman Blue ink, and we're on.
04-01-14 03:51 PM
Zion The models look pretty decent, but the glare from the light is making it hard to really get a good look at them. I'd recommend diffusing it with something like some sheer white cloth, or perhaps experimenting with different kinds of paper (printer, wax, tissue) as I've heard of people using something like that to diffuse light when filming on the cheap.

That or play with how you aim the light at the miniatures.
04-01-14 03:35 PM
torealis Love the scheme, and love the variety with those scourges (wing-y ones?)
04-01-14 03:31 PM
Lord of the Night Finally have an update for the Kabal. It's taken some time due to scheduling interfering with painting time and problems with the camera set used for the images.

And at last here are the Archon and his Incubi bodyguard.

Very pleased with these guys. The Archon has the same paint style as the Kabal though with gold in place of silver for the trim and highlights, the fur mantle was painted in the style of a polar bear's fur, and the cape was done a spartan red and given a gloss varnish to make it look like a shimmering veil, some kind of eldritch fabric.

The Incubi have a tyran purple capes and silk attachments, a coal black armour and their masks are a bone white with a dark wash to make the eyes stand out. I can't really remember what paints were used on them but I am very happy with how they've turned out, five more still need to be painted and I think they'll all look great together.

12-20-13 12:17 PM
Nordicus The color contrasts in these models is awesome - You don't see that very often, so very nice work!

The coats look a bit thick though, in particular on the Mandrake and Wych. Some of the details disappear due to this, which is a shame. Might I recommend that you try thinning down the paints a bit?
12-20-13 12:05 PM
Tawa Loving those Sourges
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